26 February 2009

DC GUN BAN VOTED DOWN; Obama Assault Weapon Ban Nixed

The 32 year old restrictions on gun ownership by private, law abiding citizens, have been voted down and by the Senate. Many, including constitutional scholars and professors have long thought the DC gun ban to be utterly unconstitutional. There has been no evidence to show it had any impact on reducing violence. On the contrary, Washington, DC has been among the most violent cities in the nation.

Incidentally, other cities with high violent crime rate also have had long held heavy restrictions on gun ownership. Doesn't seem to be working, especially when the bad guys somehow seem to keep being able to get guns.

In typical fashion, showing they just don't get it The Brady Campaign Responds.



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